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Taliban delegation arrives amid efforts to restart peace ...
The Nation Pakistan

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On Monday, an Afghan Taliban delegation arrived in Pakistan bidding to restart negotiations with Kabul. On the same day, Afghanistan President Ashraf Ghani lashed out at Islamabad for its tacit support to the Taliban and claimed that Kabul will no ... The Friday Times, 13 hours ago
Taliban team in Pakistan for talks bid The Gulf Today, 2 days ago
Hindustan Times

Taliban say peace talks not at agenda of delegation visiting Pakistan

KABUL (AIP): The Afghan Taliban on Wednesday (April 27) said they have sent a two-member delegation to Pakistan to hold talks with Pakistani authorities on different issues, specially the release of Mullah Beradar Akhund and other Taliban prisoners.
 Frontier Post1 day ago Afghan Taliban""s Visit Generates Speculation in Pakistan  Prensa Latina1 day ago Afghan Taliban delegation team not interested in peace talks while visiting Pakistan  Pakistan Today1 day ago Ghani's unacceptable bluster  Business Recorder21 hours ago
Pakistan Observer

Afghan Taliban Sends High-Level Delegation to Pakistan

Reuters by 28 Apr 2016 Washington, D.C. 0 28 Apr, 2016 28 Apr, 2016 The Afghan Taliban says it has sent a high-level delegation to Pakistan, a spokesman for the jihadist group has confirmed to Voice of America (VOA). VOA learned from ...
 Breitbart.com20 hours ago 'Afghan Taliban delegation in Pak for peace talks'  Press Trust of India2 days ago Qatar based Taliban delegation in Karachi for words with Afghan govt  Yahoo! India3 days ago Taliban delegation in Karachi for talks with Afghan govt: report  DAWN Group3 days ago
The Nation Pakistan

Kabul reacts towards Taliban visit to Pakistan, saying terror groups ...

KABUL: Kabul has reacted towards the visit by a delegation of Taliban group leaders to Pakistan shortly after the group announced the delegation will hold talks on refugees and border issues with the Pakistani authorities. A statement by ARG ...
 The Nation Pakistan6 hours ago Taliban can't discus border with Pakistan, says Kabul  Yahoo! India13 hours ago
Business Insider

Pakistan says has taken steps to root out militants in Waziristan

Pakistani soldiers stand near the debris of a house which was destroyed during a military operation against Taliban militants in the town of Miranshah in North Waziristan ISLAMABAD (Reuters) - Pakistan has done its best to root out militants from ...
 Business Insider2 days ago Pak doing its best to root out militancy  The Gulf Today20 hours ago

US says Taliban must face consequences for calling off peace talks

US once again asks Pakistan to go after terrorists that threaten its neighbours Washington: The Taliban must face the consequences for calling off peace talks with the Afghan government, the US said on Thursday as it once again asked Pakistan to go ...
 Livemint.com1 day ago US lawmakers express reservations over sale of F-16 jets to Pakistan  Chandigarh Tribune1 day ago Taliban must face consequences for calling off peace talks: US  Chandigarh Tribune1 day ago US warns Taliban over dialogue  Asian Age1 day ago
Deccan Chronicle

Rival, not Taliban, killed Sikh neta in Pakistan: Cops

ISLAMABAD: A party rival was behind the recent murder of a Sikh lawmaker in Pakistan's northwest, the police said, dismissing a Taliban claim of responsibility for the crime. Sardar Suran Singh, 50, a lawmaker from Imran Khan-led Pakistan ...
 Times of India3 days ago TTP militants kill Sikh community leader in Pakistan's Khyber Pukhtoonkhwa  Jane's3 days ago Sikh politician was killed by rival, not Taliban  Equilibrio Informativo3 days ago Pakistan police arrest 6 over murder of Sikh politician  The Statesman3 days ago
International Business Times India

Pakistan says it is making efforts for peace in Afghanistan, denies sheltering Taliban

Islamabad on Tuesday denied playing host to the Taliban on Pakistan's soil, a day after Aghan President Ashraf Ghani threatened to drag his neighbouring country to the United National Security Council over failed peace talks with the militant group.
 International Business Times India2 days ago Islamabad denies sheltering Taliban  The Hindu2 days ago Bringing Taliban to table not just Pakistan's responsibility: FO  Business Recorder2 days ago Pakistan says it is making serious efforts, but not solely responsible for Afghanistan-Taliban talks  Firstpost.com3 days ago
News Guangdong

No longer expect Pakistan to bring Taliban to table: Ghani

ISLAMABAD: In a major policy shift, Afghan President Ashraf Ghani on Monday said Kabul will no longer seek Pakistan's role in the ongoing peace talks with Taliban. Pakistan had promised to aid peace talks but we no longer expect Islamabad to ...
 Daily Times2 days ago Kabul’s season of uncertainty  The Hindu4 days ago Afghan Taliban Negotiators Arrive in Pakistan for Initial Talks  VOA News4 days ago Afghanistan No Longer Sees Pakistan As Mediator With Taliban President Ghani  Leadership4 days ago
Times of India

Afghanistan may take Pakistan to UN for supporting Taliban

NEW DELHI: Afghanistan plans to take Pakistan to the UN security council over its continuing support to the Taliban, which Kabul says is destabilizing their country. Hekmat Khalil Karzai, deputy foreign minister told TOI in an exclusive chat, that ...
 Times of India2 days ago
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